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Specification of 60W LED Remote Phosphor Tech lighting
Advantages of Remote Activate Technology (RAT) lamps:
● Ra>95 & R9>50 available.
● Use normal phosphor, lower cost on materials.
● Low price, patented manufacturing process for the light emitting devices and the special Blue led chips, which greatly increase the possibility Commercialization and application
● Chips Lower temperature, less heat.
● System longer lifespan.
● Commercialization and application comparing with non-RPT bulb.
Disadvantages of other company's Remote Phosphor Tech(RPT):
● Complicated manufacturing process, high manufacturing cost.
1. Mix the special remote phosphor with silicon etc. to make the silicon cap which works as the light emitting devices, this manufacturing process is complicated and difficult.
2. Make "accurate coating" process on the PC or Glass to get the light emitting devices, this accurate coating process is very difficult to control.
● Expensive special remote phosphor and complicated manufacturing process made the RPT lamp very expensive, then cannot be commercialized in large batches, and these manufacturing process limited the application on the High Power LED application products.
Our team made great efforts on the R&D of the remote phosphor technology over 3 years from 2015, solved the above disadvantages and applied for our own patents, name as Remote Activate Technology (RAT).
Patent of Remote Activate Technology (RAT) lamps:
● We are the only manufacturer to have the Remote Activate Technology (RAT), and have successfully applied China Patent No.: 201810346312.6
● Patented Blue led chips manufacturing technology, increase 15% more blue light output than normal blue LED chips.
1. China Patent No: (under non-disclose time)
2. PCT patent apply is moving, reference no. PCT/CN18/084029
Garden lamp, high-pole lamp, street light, tunnel, and other places. Designing to replace the HPSL、MHL,CFL,HID and halogen lamp with easy installation.
1. What defines the color temperature of a white LED?
The thickness of the phosphor layer and the wavelength of the blue chip influence the color temperature of the LED.
2. What does correlated color temperature, CCT, mean?
Color temperature defines the color appearance of a white LED. CCT is defined in degrees Kelvin; a warm light is around 2700K, moving to neutral white at around 4000K, and to cool white, at 5000K or more. Note that CCT does not tell you anything about the color rendering ability of the LED.
3. Do the LED's flicker?
All lighting operating on an alternating supply, as used in the UK for power distribution, shows flicker to varying degrees. The LED street lights will be no worse than the lighting that is being taken out and in most cases will be significantly better.
4. Do the LED's emit ultra violet or infrared light?
No, the LED's will provide light that is free from harmful ultra violet (UV) and infrared emissions. The lack of these emissions means that there is no discoloration of items under this light.
5. What are the different types of RGB LEDs?
The following are the different types of RGB LEDs:
● R/G/B/W - Has an additional white LED. This is often used where you need a pure white as well other combined colors.
● RGB / 3 in 1 LED - Uses a red, a blue and a green LED chip are mounted within a common light engine and focused through a lens to produce a more uniform hue across the beam of light.
● RGBW / 4 in 1 LED - similar to the RGB LED but with a warm white LED integrated in the light engine to offer more color tones.
● RGBA - Has an additional amber LED chip.
6. It has been reported that LED lights are dangerous to the eyes. Is this true?
The principal danger to the retina from viewing bright light sources is photo retinitis. Visible light of a short wavelength (blue light) can under some circumstances cause a photochemical injury to the retina, called photo retinitis or "blue light hazard". A study examining the effect of LEDs and other sources to the retina concluded that they do not present any risk to the retina for short exposure times. It is best to avoid looking at any light source, natural (the sun) or artificial, directly for any length of time.
Why choose LED lights?
● LED lighting fixtures create a warm and comfortable atmosphere;
● Longer life than traditional light sources, saving up to 80% energy;
● Enjoy superior lighting quality, instantly illuminate without preheating.